Company Update

Gustaf Salford appointed Elekta CEO by Board of Directors

Gustaf Salford has been appointed to the role of President and CEO, effective immediately. He has been Acting CEO since early June 2020.

“I am honored to take on the role of President and CEO of this fantastic company. And I will, together with my team, accelerate Elekta’s strategy and future profitable growth. As the leader in precision radiation medicine we strive to increase accessibility to cancer care, build resilience and continue to push and expand the boundaries for innovation.”

Gustaf Salford, President and CEO

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Leksell Gamma Knife® Icon™

The clear choice for the management of brain metastases

Safe and fast treatment of multiple brain metastases, allows Leksell Gamma Knife radiosurgery to become a perfect combination of clinical and practical decisions for clinicians.

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Elekta Studio*

We are proud to present Elekta Studio – for you to unleash the full potential of interventional radiotherapy!

Elekta Studio is a complete solution for contemporary radiation treatment. It provides you the images you needed for every step of the workflow. From insertion and planning to verification and treatment.


*Elekta Studio is comprised of multiple medical devices, some of which may not yet be available in all markets. Confirm availability with your local Elekta representative.

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Elekta Harmony*

What has a bee got to do with our latest linear accelerator?


They might be very small, but bees wield enormous power. Productive and industrious, they look after the 75% of Earth's plant species that rely on pollenation, keeping the planet's ecosystem in balance.

And to us, balance is as critical in the clinic as it is in nature

* Not available in all markets

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MOSAIQ® Oncology Analytics

The oncology business intelligence platform

  • Find efficiencies and potential quality improvements
  • Monitor care patterns and operational trends across your network
  • Detect areas for reducing cost while managing and measuring resource utilization
  • Empower every action and improve patient care

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Elekta Unity

Efficiency and excellence from START

Curious about how long it takes to "go live" with Elekta Unity? In five simple steps, we give you the tools to prep, train, install, learn and treat – in just 22 weeks.

The Elekta Care START program for Unity provides:

  • System implementation with no surprises
  • Focused training that is right for you
  • System installation in only 15 weeks
  • Peer-to-peer learning and knowledge sharing
  • Clinical go live in just 22 weeks
Elekta Unity

FOCUS | Elekta’s Online Magazine

Conserving the future quality of life for the youngest cancer patients

January 12, 2021

Conserving the future quality of life for the youngest cancer patients

While it is an exceptionally rare cancer with an incidence of just four cases per one million children two to three years of age, embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS, see sidebar) presents difficult treatment challenges, particularly when the disease impacts the patient's...

Access to information anytime, anywhere helps Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital achieve early efficiency gains amid pandemic

January 7, 2021

Access to information anytime, anywhere helps Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital achieve early efficiency gains amid pandemic

Coordinating cancer care is complex under normal circumstances. Restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic have heightened these challenges for many organizations, as staff and clinicians suddenly had to perform work remotely while keeping patient treatments on track. Like many organizations,...

Enhanced treatment accuracy for breast radiotherapy

December 15, 2020

Enhanced treatment accuracy for breast radiotherapy

Since Kuopio University Hospital (KUH, Kuopio, Finland) acquired Elekta linear accelerators and Monaco® treatment planning system in 2013, their radiation oncology department has been using tangential volumetric modulated arc therapy (tVMAT) with daily CBCT to treat patients with breast cancer....


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